Italian History Medici

Italian History Medici

The Ochelli Effect 7-5-2018 Carmine Savastano

Carmine Savastano returns Thursday. The beginning of the discussion is off topic. What do both Carmine ab\nd Chuck think about the protester at The Statue of Liberty? What do they both think of the current wave of protests? There is a clear difference between their views.
Should public people remain protected from the public? When is it right to break the law? Is Chaos inevitable in the current social climate?
Assassination, Royalty, and banking are just part of the story. Influence via the patronage of the arts coupled with blessings from many Popes helps forge the narrative tracing the rise and fall of the Medici.
The plots and many conspiracy theories only begin to hint at the depth of a family that contributed to the history and character of what is called Italy today.
How sinister is this history? Plenty of murder is within the story. We encourage you to look deeper into the topic.

Italian History Medici References:
R 1: Harry Don Stephenson, Jr., “Unlucky in affairs of business…Turning Points in the life of Lorenzo de Medici”, November 2015, Duke University,
https://dukespace.lib.duke.edu
R 2: The Medici Family, History Channel, history.com
https://www.history.com/topics/medici-family
R 3: Florence and Central Italy 1400-1600 A.D., Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History, Metropolitan Museum of Art, metmuseum.org
https://www.metmuseum.org/toah/ht/08/eustc.html
R 4: Ian Thomson, (March 27, 2017), “The secret of survival in Machiavelli’s Florence,” The Spectator, spectator.co.uk
https://www.spectator.co.uk/2017/03/the-secret-of-survival-in-machiavellis-florence/
R 5: Pazzi Conspiracy, Friends and Enemies: Case Studies, Renaissance Learning Resources,
https://italianrenaissanceresources.com
R 6: Cheryl Tucker, A Tour through the Pazzi Conspiracy, (November 13, 2008), The Florentine,
https://theflorentine.net
R 7: Marvin E. Wolfgang, Political Crimes and Punishments in Renaissance Florence, Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 1954, scholarlycommons.law.northwestern.edu
https://scholarlycommons.law.northwestern.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=4178&context=jclc

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By |2018-07-06T08:36:00+00:00July 6th, 2018|Carmine Savastano, thors|1 Comment

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  1. Patricia Braunschweiler July 7, 2018 at 12:47 pm - Reply

    Thank you Chuck and Carmine for this awesome show. SO interesting and informative. Non sono nato Italiana, ma amo L’Italia. Grazie per questo Spettacolo sui Medici…eccellente! Since I’ve been learning Italian, my husband and I go to Italy quite often. I LOVE it! The country and the people are beautiful. As with every country, there are most definitely problems. If they could solve those, it would be the MOST perfect country in this world. Just my opinion… 🙂

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